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LDF TRIBAL INCIDENT COMMAND /EMERGENCY MANAGMENT Update   04/01/2020   2:05 P.M.

COVID#19 CASE REPORTS/PCHC OPERATIONS

TRIBE REPORTS ZERO CONFIRMED CORONAVIRUS CASES ON RESERVATION

 IF you have traveled to a location in the past 14 days and now see new reports of confirmed coronavirus case(s)/outbreaks please contact the Community Health Department at 715-588-3371 ext. 1908 (Jen Jaeger, RN) or 1910 (Sarah Keuer, RN) during normal business hours or Dave Poupart, RN at 715-439-3971 after hours to discuss your travels and what to do next.

Peter Christensen Health Center continues to prepare for the coronavirus arriving here. Staff administered 12 tests, eleven tests came back negative. One test remains at the lab for analysis. If there is a confirmed case of coronavirus on the Reservation, we’ll announce it. PCHC staff’s priority is to maintain essential services for ongoing patient care by ramping up telehealth along with phone triage and treatment. 

 Diabetes appointments with Mary Sikora-Peterson and Nancy Jensch will be done by phone. Patients will be called at scheduled appointment times. No in-office visits.  CALL PCHC# 715-588-3371.

Any other emergency please call 911.

SHELTER AT HOME/SOCIAL DISTANCING

Currently- we are advising stay at home/shelter at home and practice social distancing for the duration that the Tribal Declaration of Emergency is in place.  You may see different dates by Federal, State or other local governments however; the Tribe/ICS will continue to review data, reports and consult with all entities before removing restrictions.  Please stay vigilant and stay home to keep your family & community safe.

  • Ø Only socialize with your family members that live with you.  This absolutely includes not letting your children play or be in contact with other children (even relatives) that do not live in the same household, both indoors and outdoors.
  • Ø Minimize travel and designate one family to run essential errands (shopping and appointments, etc.).
  • Ø Remember you may not have the symptoms but can be passing the virus to others. These practices will minimize the spread of the virus. 
  • Ø  Shelter-At-Home declaration guidelines, daily updates and other resources can be  found at  LDFTribe.com   

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

 We actively are recruiting and need volunteers to assist in ICS or other needed activities.  Please contact Leanne Valliere, ICS Volunteer Coordinator at levalliere@pchclinic.com or 715.588.3371 ext. 1912 if you can help.

 

The Tribal Incident Command Team continues to meet daily to address and implement Emergency Operational Functions to prepare for the impacts of the pandemic affecting our community including Consultation and Coordination with other Medical Facilities, Tribes, Governor & State Departments, Federal, County, Town and Local Agencies.                 Miigwiich!!      STAY HOME~ STAY SAFE

   ## 04.01. 2020   LDF ICS   dee

        

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